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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 191� THE LETHBRroGE DA1LT RERAtD PAGE FIVE KAISEItWANIS TO AU Sorts of Rumors Coining Out of Neutral Countries-One ^ays Kaiser Insane Toronto, Sept. 18.-A special cable to tlie MaU and Empire from London liayBi "The appointment of an expert on intlltary punishments, the governor of Berlin taken In conjunction with the recent threatening proclamations .of the governor of Brandenburg and Gen, Hindenburg's effusion about enemy leaflets, and their demoralUlng consequences, convey the ImprBsaton of a very disturbed state of the official mind in Germany. "As Usual In these times of crisis, tnany sensational reports are circulating throngh neutral countries relating to the situation in .Germany. One ot the most startling is a report that the Kaiser, as a last desperate re-iiort to create a reaction in his favor omong his disillusioned subjects, may offer to abdicate for himself and his family, and in fact to terminate the JlohenzoUern dynasty. Another report, equally strange, is that the Kai-6er has gone Insane, in support of �which.his speech at Essen is pointed to." : Appeal to Fight On, British Headquarters In France, Sept. 17.-(Canatjian Press Dispatch from Reuters.)-A captured document signed Von Morgen, dated Sept. 10, and addressed to the 14th reserve corps near St. Qtt^ntlD, M;a; "Hitherto, otvthg tq military reasons, yra havei alto wed the English to occupy,, desolutc.eiieiny country. Now, however, you.have taken up strong defensive positions.. Not one foot of grmind Is to De tilven np." The document exhorts the men to defend their homes,'tUelr tamllies and the tatherbmd and adds: "You are more tban a match tor the enemy, who only attacks with dash '^vhen accompanied 'by tanks. These we will destroy. I expect every man from general to Junior private to do his duty in the imminent decisive battle." Von Morgen is. tlie general who streaked off In a motor car early in our attack. I Tonight and Tomorrow PATHE PRESENTS BESSIE LOVE IN "HOW COULD YOU CAROLINE?" The sittings*>of the district court were resumed this morning with Judge McNeil pre�ldin,B. The following cases were disposer] of; Reser vs. Henderson, being a claim by R^ser for tlie sum of ?fi3 for work performed. The action was dismisged with coats. H. Ostlund appeared for the plaintiff, and Johnstone and Ritchie for the de tendant. The case of McDonlld vs Balcos, et. al., in which D. H. Elton appeared for the plaintiff and J, R, Watt for the defendant, was dismiss ed with costs with leave to bring an action for accounting. The following cases were settled out of court: A siiit by Sam Sing vs Cronkhite for work done; Scott vs Kaump in which the plaintiff had claim for the sum of .$97.20, being the balance of the price of goods sold and delivered to the defendant; a claim by the Bijou Motor Parlors for the sum of Jf 11.00 owed them by ' Tj'o, The cases of Otake vs. Raymond Mercan tile Co., Armstrong vs. Wagner, Wes tergreen vs. Welch, Mehew vs. AU read. .Graham vs. I^ewis, Walters vs Roe, et. al., Munro vs. Tremblay, Mun ro vs. Richardson were set over till next court The case of' Munro vs Parker was struck off the list while that of Dymmiski vs. Union Colileries Ltd., was set for Sept. 27. Thq Day's War Nummary PASSED THE HUGE ' TAXATION MEA-'URE. Washington, Sept. 18.-With leas than an hour's discussion and without an amendment the house today passed the plans and rates for taxation of war and excess profits tax estimated to yield $3,200,000,000 revenue. ALSO ,TWO-REEL KEYSTONE COMEDY EMPRESS TONIGHT William Fox Presents Amer. lea's Most Popular Actor William Farnum ROUGH AND READY You never have, known how wonderfully beautiful snow can appear on the screen, until you have aeen it In "ROUGH AND READY," the scenes of which ar� laid In the frozen north. "ROUGH AND READY"--the pleture that has everything.' WItllam Farnum, the biggest star in filmdem, in a big, smash Ing role. me AEOLIAN-VOCALION THERE .i.s Qotliiog / phono^gphie in the exquisite mosic of the 'Vocilion. Its tone is the real tone of voice and in- ' strument. >The full nc'a-nesi of the deepeit btcs, tlie bell-clear sweetaeBS of the highest treble it.revoiees in the camslete splendor of I the original tone recorded. Flay the Vocalion, if you wish, by meani of the ev pressiOQ device-the Gradu-ola. Each note reiponda to your touch, you nay shade each phraie a Nuxated Iron Food Will Win the War Serve your country and yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canada. The Canadian Pscilic Railway mak^ it easy for you to begin. Lands 111 to S30an acre; irrigated land uptofSO; 20yeantop�y. Loan to assist settlers on irrigated lands. Get full particulars and free lllusr traced literature from ULAN C�MEllON,OMlll|L CP.ILUi* 9c lat a*. Caat, CAtaARY . AT THE EMPRESS All the world loves a lover-and especially a fighting lover. That is one of the potent reasons why William Farnum makes such a splendid and heroic figure in "Rough and Ready," his newest and tremendously interest Ing de luxe production. Mr. Farnum has the role of Bill Stratton, who haa always led a higli-prtncipled life, and who is as square with his fellow-men as he is with biro self. He saves the home of a dear friend from disruption, but his mas"-terly handling of the" situation has a most pathetic result. Evelyn Dnrant, to whom he is'engaged and in whom he has found his ideal, misconstrues a situation in which she finds Stratton and breaks off their troth. The man's hopes are dashed to oarth. His faith In everything good and fine and true is almost shattered. He determines to sever ail the ties that bind him to a city of hypocrisy. AT THE MAJESTIC "When the brilliant musical spectacle "My Soldier Girl," makes its initial and only how before local theatregoers at the Majestic theatre next Monday evening, Sept. 23rd, the reason for the success of this popular musical play will impress itself upon the auditor at once. There Is action both In music and dialogue from the rise to the fall of the final curtain. Scenic beauty und gorgeous costumes delight the eye and tuneful melodies are abundant. It requires more than money or hard work or experience to prepare such a production as Is to be seen In "My Soldier Girl." The excellent cast and bewitching chorus help to make the performance complete while the tuneful music is n tower ot strength, since it is of the sort that makes the head nod and foot tap. There, are four scenes in three acts, opening on the Root garden ot the New,York Theatre, during the final rehearsal of a big musical extravaganza, The second act takes place at Colonel Stone's home near an aviation field, Miami, Pla., while,the last act a tableau ilhowing a desolate battlefield "Somewhere In'France"- #nitppreBBive! scene dissolving into the Goddess of Liberty, and tlie performance closes with a wonderfully clever flag effect of costumes, "Lib-,-^rty Forever." ANGLICAN CREED Toronto, Sept. 18. - Arclidoacon Patterson-Smythe, at tlia (Anglican synod today, declared that the creed should be left in the prayer book of the church without any rubric directing its use. ' Rev. Dr. Cayley, Toronko, strongly opposed the retention ot tlie anathema or minatory clauses of tlie A than-asian creed, but he did not want the other clauses containing the masterly exposition of the trinity oxpurged completely. He urged the synod lo adopt the creed without any o� the minatory clauses and moved a resolution .striking out verses 1, 2. 28, L'H, hX and 42. Bishop BldewoH of Ontario asked how this could bo done in face of article 8, which 'provideH tiiat tlio Athanaslan creed "ought thoroughly to be received and helievert." Prof, Abbott. Smith, .Montreal, du-ciared that the proposition of Dr. Cayley was impossible, while Bishop DouU, of Kootenay, appealed for the withdrawal of the resolution. The request to eliminate verse 29, whi,".li roada: "Furthermore it is so necessary to eternal salvation;' that ho also believe faithfully the incarnation of Our,I^ord .Tesus Christ," he said was an inyult to the Church of Kngland. SIX INJURED. Edmonton, Sept. 18.-A passenger coach and combination oar on a train of the E.D. &. B.C., running between Spirit River and Grande Prairie, last nigh< jumped the track. Six of the passengers were injured, but only two seriously, the conductor, A. E. Howse, who is suffering from a fractured thigii, and William Anderson, whose ribs were badly crushed. GOVT. OWNED CANALS. Washington, Sept. 18.-A system of Kovemment-owned canaLs, extending from .Massachusetts to the South Atlantic states, is recommended in a report submitted to the senate today byj' Secretary of S3ommerco Redfield, in response to a resolution passed last July. J FI Winnipeg, Sept. 18.-The board of grain supervisors at a meetlna held tills morninB, with Dr. Nlajill presiding, lifted the embargo on wheat from some subdivisions of the C.P.R., G.T.P. and C.N.R. west of Saskatoon and s Moose Jaw. Orders covering same will given out soon. CAN'T USE FOODSTUFFS TO BREW BEER NOW. Washington, Sept. 18.-The use of any foodstuffs except barley, malt and hops In the brewing of beer and near-beers after next Oct. 1, is prohibited by' a proclamation signed today by President Wilson. The president previously had ordered the brewing of alt beer slopped next December 1. A LITTLE .SIDE TRIP. Quebec, Que., Sept. IS.-The dole; gates to the labor congress in convention here relaxed today. They spent the morning and afternoon in trips by steamer to the Quebec bridge, THE men who are hardest to satisfy with ready-to-wear clothes are the ones who are the most enthusiastic about Society Brand. 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